Major League Baseball’s Best Stadium Food

Few things are more entertaining than catching a Major League Baseball game live. But for many fans, the experience wouldn’t be complete without stuffing themselves with a wide range of ballpark food. Even if your team loses, if you have a chance to sit down with an epic hot dog and ice-cold beer, you’re a winner!  Here’s a look at some of the best food from baseball stadiums all across the United States.

Gilroy Garlic Fries

AT&T Park, home of the San Francisco Giants

Major League Baseball’s Best Stadium Food

Most of us can appreciate a good batch of French fries. But throw on some minced garlic and parsley and you’ve really got something delicious!  Plus, there’s a good chance everyone in your row will be munching on these at some point during the game, so the breath you get as a result from eating them won’t be a big deal!

Kohn’s Killer Kosher Pastrami Sandwich

Busch Stadium, home of the St. Louis Cardinals

Major League Baseball’s Best Stadium Food

If hot dogs are just a little too basic for you, head to one of the greatest baseball cities in the country and order up one of these pastrami sandwiches. You get a heaping portion of sliced pastrami on your choice of bread, but let’s be honest, anything other than rye would just be ridiculous.

Churro Dog

Chase Field, home of the Arizona Diamondbacks

Major League Baseball’s Best Stadium Food

If you’re more of a sweet tooth when you catch a game, this is worth booking a flight to Arizona to see the Diamondbacks play. The churro dog starts with a churro that’s been dusted with Oreo crumbs. The “bun” is actually a donut, and your condiments include chocolate sauce, strawberry, vanilla froyo, and whipped cream.

Fenway Frank

Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox

Major League Baseball’s Best Stadium Food

You can’t beat a classic. If baseball to you means hot dogs, a Fenway Frank is the way to go. Pure beef with a helping of spicy mustard, relish, and onion on a New England-style bun. It doesn’t get any more classic than that.

Chicago-Style Hot Dog

Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs

Major League Baseball’s Best Stadium Food

O.K., maybe eating a Chicago-style dog at a Cubs game is more classic than a Fenway Frank. It’s up to you to decide. This classic Windy City staple comes on a poppy seed bun and is slathered with diced tomatoes, grilled onions, banana peppers, mustard, ketchup, sweet relish, and celery salt.